Technical and professional training in the discipline of art direction in Schools Raggio (Class of '68).He studied artistic anatomy, comic techniques, layout and visualization at Panamericana School of Art, with teachers as Angel Borissoff, Pablo Pereyra, Enrique Vieytes, Hugo Pratt, Alberto Breccia. (Buenos Aires 68/69)
He worked in some South American editorial as illustrator and comic artists assistant (Moliterni, Solano Lopez, Lucho Olivera).
In Europe, where he has lived since 1975, he still works as a freelance illustrator for advertising agencies and publishers (McCann Ericson, Tiempo BBDO, Ogilvi & Mather advertising Extra,Casdevalls, Delvico, etc.), alternating with art direction of commercials, and building sets for film and theater.
Formed in a traditional school with traditional techniques, in times where it was impossible to think that you could draw with a machine.
The transition to the digital world occurs when another illustrator, he says enthusiastically that there is a software that mimics perfectly classic materials and tools.
In a short time, the perfect symbiosis between Mac, Wacom and Painter, open the door to a wonderful world.
Working with the possibility to change so easily materials and media, in a tool palette so wide and with a so intuitive system, convert his hours in front of the screen into a real pleasure.